Spain train crash driver to appear in court

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trainThe driver of the train that crashed in Spain is in police custody and will appear before a judge today.

The crash killed 78 people Wednesday Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Francisco Jose Garzon was released from a hospital yesterday and detained by police on suspicion of reckless homicide.

He will be questioned by a judge today.

That judge will decide whether to press formal charges.

Investigators believe the train was going more than twice the suggested speed, when it derailed on a curve and crashed.

The judge has until tonight to decide whether to press formal charges against Garzon.

So far, he has refused to make a statement or answer any questions.

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